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and so many of you brougwrote t us, thank you for sharing. kelly wright and jamie colby are standing by to take over from here. thank you for joining us today. make it a great day everybody. fox news alert another fixture in the u.s. senate is saying goodbye. tom harkin is not running for a 6th term next year, saying, quote, it's just time to step aside. harkin has been a mainstay for decades and departure possibly opens up the door for republicans to pick up a seat. the third big name senator to announce his retirement in recent day, coupled with saxby chambliss from georgia and rockefeller from virginia. but first, what's expected to be a first battles over president obama's cabinet positions. >> jamie: i'm jamie colby. great to be here, inside the news headquarters. the president has drawn sharp criticism for two of the top financial regulatory posts. mary jo white, he wants her to plead the securities and exchange committees and richard cordray and whether there's a chance for a smooth confirmation. >> reporter: hi, jamie, the same day in 2012, president obama use a
it a great day. >> kelly: this is a fox news alert. we're awaiting word from the state depth very hour as to whether all americans involved in the hostage crisis in algeria are free and safe. hello, i'm kelly writer. >> jamie: i'm jamie colby. that's our top story today and welcome to a brand new hour inside america's news headquarters. those americans are among several people held hostage at a gas plant in the sahara desert taken over by al-qaeda-linked fighters days ago. but algerian special forces are launching what they call a final assault on the complex and now britain's defense secretary says the military operation appears to be over. our greg palkot is following it all live from london. how is everybody, greg. >> reporter: jamie, kelly, that's the big question right now. the algerian prime minister spoke with u.k. prime minister david cameron minutes ago and he, too, confirmed the final assault is over and there is that one report perhaps more americans were free today. and let's recount the event of today. algerian special forces stormed where the al-qaeda linked militants we
rara. ¡ja! quien diría que myles kelly tenía tantos fans. ¡oye! yo soy su fan. ¡ah, sí! a eso me refiero. ♪ en serio son como ancianos que no se tiñen el cabello de azul. ¡katrina! señor kennedy. háblame por favor de tu presencia en línea. ¡ah-hum! no sé de qué habla señor. dime que no estás publicando videos tuyos en la internet. no señor yo... a mi oficina después de clase. ah, está bien señor. ¡hola, señor kennedy! tenemos reglas sobre publicar información personal en la internet. no era mi número telefónico. no volverá a pasar. siéntate. he sido contactado por gente de nif d music. ellos tienen un artista llamado myles kelly y ellos te quieren para un pequeño papel en su nuevo vídeo. ¡myles kelly! no le permitiría esto a todos los alumnos pero en tu caso, creo que será una experiencia positiva. entonces, quieren que yo... ¿baile? es un trabajo pago después de clases. ¿has escuchado de este myles kelly? ¡ap! sí. ¡ah! hola. ¿comes huevos para el almuerzo? interesante opción. ¿tú crees? siempre los pido poché, si quiero proteínas. revuelto
security. thank you for sharing your thoughts today. that's going to do it for me in d.c. kelly wright and jamie colby standing by to take it over. tomorrow on fox news sunday. kelly ayotte and blumenthal talk to chris wallace. make it a great day. >> jamie: a fox news alert. serious warnings, we are not kidding. the flu surpluses t-- surpasses the threshold. i hope you're feeling well. >> kelly: i'm kelly wright. we welcome you, latest figures for the seniors for disease control showing 20 children have died so far and 47 states looking at the rap right there are reporting widespread influenza outbreaks. only california, mississippi and hawaii have been spared so far, but those numbers may lag a couple of weeks behind. >> jamie: yeah, and the numbers are pretty startling. we've recently learned now 27 people dead in minnesota, 22 in pennsylvania, 18 in massachusetts, 8 in oklahoma, 6 in illinois. anna kooiman in the new york city news room with the latest. >> reporter: new york state governor andrew cuomo declaring a state wide emergency, and encouraged everyone to get the flu vaccin
>> hi, fellas. >> wait till the boys back at the office hear about this, kelly. you must be leading a fat life to fall for a pair of shoes. >> you know tricky dick? >> know him? he almost flunked me in advanced blowing up suspension bridges. meet my instructor from indoctrination school. >> kelly robinson. >> you half-wit. you're gonna get yourself killed with those practical jokes someday. you know, when he pulled that on me in class one time, i like to shot my leg right off. scotty, meet russ conley. partner, meet my teacher. >> how you doing? >> well, what are you doing in hong kong? >> vacation. >> that's great. you picked the right place for it. we'll make him swing, will we not? >> yes. >> yes, we will. really a vacation, or...? >> well, there was a pretty rough assignment in hawaii. i got a little banged up. they asked me where i wanted to go for my vacation. i said hong kong. >> right. >> while i was at it, the pentagon said deliver this, which makes me a diplomatic pouch of a kind who could do with a small drink to make us a toast. >> well, we got some beer coming right up.
>> yeah, i imagine. >> hi, fellas. >> wait till the boys back at the office hear about this, kelly. you must be leading a fat life to fall for a pair of shoes. >> you know tricky dick? >> know him? he almost flunked me in advanced blowing up suspension bridges. meet my instructor from indoctrination school. >> kelly robinson. >> you half-wit. you're gonna get yourself killed with those practical jokes someday. you know, when he pulled that on me in class one time, i like to shot my leg right off. scotty, meet russ conley. partner, meet my teacher. >> how you doing? >> well, what are you doing in hong kong? >> vacation. >> that's great. you picked the right place for it. we'll make him swing, will we not? >> yes. >> yes, we will. really a vacation, or...? >> well, there was a pretty rough assignment in hawaii. i got a little banged up. they asked me where i wanted to go for my vacation. i said hong kong. >> right. >> while i was at it, the pentagon said deliver this, which makes me a diplomatic pouch of a kind who could do with a small drink to make us a toast. >> well, we got some
. >> giffords will be joined by her husband, former astronaut mark kelly. together they've launched a campaign against gun violence. also testifying the nra's wayne lapierre. the nra reached out to its members urging them to attend this senate committee hearing. in an e-mail and online in a posting the gun lobby group says "you can bet the anti-gunners will be trying to mobilize their supporters to pack the hearing room and we need to make sure that the room is filled with second amendment supporters!" dana bash is on capitol hill this morning and finding out all sorts of stuff this morning for example there was a move to bring guns into the senate committee hearing, is that going to happen? >> reporter: it's not and it was a move by two of the republican senators on the committee, two of the chief supports of gun rights, lindsey graham and ted cruz. i'm told by a spokesman for graham they're not going to do this because of lots of red tape and bureaucracy in order to allow them to do this. first and foremost assault weapons are not legal in the district of columbia so they gave up and lindsey
and very polarizing figures. wayne lapierre, chief executive officer of the nra and mark kelly, married to former congresswoman gabby giffords and leading the fight for gun control. we learned that gabby giffords will testify. i want to bring in managing editor of the grio. gabby dif fords tweeted, heading to senate for hearing on gun violence, thanks to senator leahy and chuck grassley for starting this conversation. i'm wondering if you think the voice of gabby gifford, she has an emotional story and she knows these folks. how influential can she be in this? >> she has tremendous moral authority on this issue as did the families from newtown. i think having people like her being a part of this conversation, it only adds to the pressure on republicans to give something. i think the only outcome that seems impossible is that absolutely nothing would be done. because you have a con fluance of events. you add the outrage of it happening to children, so i can't imagine that nothing would be done. >> we see wayne lapierre in that group of people. i think as i was giving this some thought th
: kelly clarkson said she didn't lip-sync her part. watch her congratulate beyonce. it's so hard, she said. late tuesday, the marine corps issued a second statement from a higher ranking spokesperson. no one in the marine corps is in a position to assess her performance. for now, beyonce is letting her performance speak for itself. ♪ brave, the brave >> reporter: the only people who may know for certain, the person running the sound board for the inauguration organizers and beyonce herself. and for now, they're not talking. george? amy? >> the sound of silence. >> it all does come down to her pulling that out. that could back up her story she was singing over the recording and they were kind of running into each other. >> she was singing one way or the other. i'm upset about that air trombone player who was trying to fool us with this. >> they were just following orders, bill. they were told to. >>> coming up in the next half hour, we'll talk about what this controversy may mean for beyonce's career. >>> right now, we have an update on the sex scandal that cost david petraeus his job. so
, suddenly has lawmakers on both sides ready to make some sort of a deal. kelly o'donnell following it all for us on capitol hill tonight. kelly, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian. there really is new political urgency driving this. republicans say immigration reform is one way they could better connect with the fast-growing block of hispanic voters. democrats would like to help the president get an early second term success. so all that makes an agreement hammered out this weekend look like it's got a shot to deal with the 11 million people believed to be here illegally. today, in places like this vegetable field in ventura county, california, the immigration struggle is part of daily life for farmer craig underwood and 200 migrant workers he hires. >> we would hope for some sort of reform, so that the workers don't feel threatened and that we don't feel threatened. >> reporter: in a new plan, senators from both parties agreed, to get a green card and years later, citizenship, undocumented immigrants would register with the federal government, pay fines and back taxes, underg
nbc's kelly o'donnell on capitol hill. >> reporter: good evening, brian. the passion so deep, this hearing room was packed, included many families and survivors, victims of other shootings. and it was a group of people asking congress to do something, and that is the cause that changed the life of former congresswoman, gabby giffords, and brought her back to washington today. her gift of speech is a distant memory, said husband mark kelly. yet gabby giffords' halting words. >> too many children. >> reporter: here as a survivor of the tucson assassination attempt that left her partially blind and partially paralyzed. >> you must act. be bold, be courageous. >> reporter: giffords and kelly, both gun owners, want congress to expand background checks to gun shows and private sales to make it harder for criminals and the mentally ill to get weapons. >> my wife would not be sitting in this seat. she would not have been sitting here today, if we had stronger background checks. >> reporter: but this first hearing on guns since the newtown massacre had another center of gravity. the n
's attorney general. please welcome u.s. senator kelly ayotte. [applause] she was the first new hampshire woman elected to congress in 2006. please join me in welcoming representative-elect carol shea-porter. [applause] and our newly-elected official representing new hampshire's 2nd district, representative-elect ann mclane custer. ms. . [applause] and finally this morning, the new governor for the state of new hampshire, please, join me in welcoming governor-elect maggie hassan. [cheers and applause] >> welcome, welcome, welcome. so exciting. thank you all so much for coming out. excuse my back. good morning, gayle. good to see you. [laughter] so great to see all of you this morning. and thank you so much, really appreciate it. good morning. we have a lot to talk about this morning, and in my world never enough time. i'm sure yours as well. so i think i'm just going to just jump right in. i hope we can have a great, well-rounded conversation to take us to around 9:15, 9:20 or so. l the first question i actually want to ask you is something we talked about in the staff. on the day after t
will not have time. >> thank you, mr. chairman. thank you to all the witnesses, especially you, captain kelly. thanks to your beautiful wife, and i mean that in every way. my wife, frannie, and i were heartbroken for the families in newtown, tucson, for those of you listening or watching this hearing in newtown, i want you to know that minnesotans have you in our thoughts and prayers, and we share in your grief. we shared it when we lost lives at a sign factory. maya is here. she lost her father. we share it every time we bury one of our sons or daughters. i know that a group of students from redlake reservation in minnesota, students who lost their classmates to gun violence, made the 1500-mile trip to newtown just a few days before christmas just to let them know that they are not alone. we are all in this together. over the past month or so, i have been talking to my constituents about how to make our communities safer. i traveled safely with hunters and school officials, with law enforcement officers, with mental health experts. i have convened roundtable discussions and i have had many,
. joining me now from capitol hill by phone is nbc's kelly o'donnell. kelly, tell what's the latest is that you're hearing on this deal. >> this is a major breaking development, milissa. we have learned from multiple sources who have been directly involved in negotiations that they have reach and agreement in principle between the white house and senate leaders. of course, this will still need to be voted on by members in both the senate and house. but this is a very significant breakthrough three hours before the fiscal cliff deadline. what i am told is that there is still the possibility that democrats when they meet with the police department may express some of their concerns. but expectation is that the vice president will be here in about ten minutes to meet with democrats to lay out the plan. this has been negotiated between the republican leader mitch mcconnell, the president's representative has been joe biden, and there have been key staffers involved. as you know, it has taken a long time to reach this, but they have stherltd concerettled thei taxes. related to delaying t
management, personnel management and i.t. systems to make it work. harlan kelly is responsible for all of that. [applause] >> good afternoon. first, i would like to thank spur and mfac for this prestigious award. also, ed harrington for nominating me. also, a special thanks to my family. mason, kelly, tray, my wife, naomi, my sister joy, and my mother-in-law. they have been supporting me for a long time. behind this individual all board, there's a team of people that are responsible for making things happen. just for a moment, i want the puc to raise their hand and give a shout. we have a lot of folks who really committed in making the systems wwork. again, we have billions of dollars that we are entrusted with delivering in a timely way, which needs to be within budget. systems like this will really elevate and make it really transparent that we are delivering these programs in a very conscious and deliberate way so we can save the ratepayers' money. with that, i just want to thank you guys for this award. thank you. [applause] [applause] >> if you are a consultant or you work for a c
>>> hello. you're watching cnbc's "worldwide exchange" from davos. i'm ross westgate. and i'm kelly evans. these are your on headlines from around the world. mostly green arrows across wall street today as we near the 1500 mark on the s&p 500. and a 0.1% contraction is expected for the german economy in the fourth quarter. those figures will be out in just under 30 minutes. >>> the governors of the banks of italy -- trade in siena. and imf's christine legarde tells us that central bank stimulus is still needed. >> we have the central bank on the one hand which have done quite a lot, which have been the fireman, in a way. and you have the policymakers on the other hand particularly in the eurozone who have made some progress and need to keep the momentum. >> now, any minute now, we're expecting the results from germany's ifo institute. january business climate index survey is expected to rise to a reading of 103 from 102.4 in december. this, of course, follows an increase in expectations in the dew survey earlier this week. we've seen an increase in the pmi surveys for germany over t
for the spectacle that brings at least a sense of unity to this city once every four years. nbc's kelly o'donnell is outside the capitol with that story. kelly, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, lester. this is where it all happens for what is the grandest photo op in american politics. tomorrow, we will see the president walk through that red drape behind me and he will take the ceremonial oath and deliver his inaugural address at the front of that stage. just final touches to go. and counting down to that moment, there was actually plenty to see today. save all the pageantry for tomorrow. ♪ this day before the big show is a street fair. ♪ >> it's just awesome to experience just being here. it's just awesome. very historic. >> reporter: a noisy, crowded festival of anticipation. >> celebrating the next four years, celebrating america. >> reporter: washington in gridlock over parking, not politics. today, no tickets were required, so this is as close to the action as many visitors will get. >> it doesn't matter where we are. >> wherever we are, we will be happy. >> just as long
comment on consent items. i have one speaker, dennis kelly of usasf. >> thank you very much. i wanted to speak about the items where you have the transfer of fund and it is acceptance of awards, and as usual congratulations on having the awards that are forth coming. there is just one thing i need to point out to you and that is one of these awards on page 12 actually calls for stipends and i would like to remind you once again stipends are paid to the members and therefore that needs to come as a proposal to the union and needs to be hand through the union. if you look at pages 13 and 14 you see all of the different shifts and just on the very bottom of page 14 i wanted to call your attention to a rather unusual phrase and that is "we are adding funds for the anticipating expenditure of garbage" so i think i know what it means. i hope you know what it means when you vote for it, and when you do pass the part about the stipends please direct people to come talk to us about what it should be. thank you. >> somewhat mr. kelly that seems like a phrase you might have written at some p
known as kelly lived just blocks away at a duplex on ma -- masonic avenue. yesterday they dug up the basement looking for evidence. they found bones, called though an early review indicates they are animal bones. investigators are now searching for a car that kelly used to own. they asked one of the lead investigators why police keep focusing on him. >> is he the strongest suspect you have? >> yes, i would say he is. i am saying he is. >> a source says investigators flew to canada to interview kelly's former partner who lived with him at that home on masonic. that man knew of no connection between kelly and kevin collins. >>> the super bowl is four days away and while the 49er prees pair to win, the city leaders prepare to deal with the consequences. they are determined to keep fans from getting carried away like some did after the world series. leslie brinkley is live at the foot of market street in san francisco with the game plan. leslie? >> reporter: well, that is exactly right, dan. all across the city of course it is go niners. a lot of people are adding a bit of caution to
basketball practice at st. agnes high school. the man police are investigating known as kelly lived just blocks away at a duplex on ma -- masonic avenue. yesterday they dug up the basement looking for evidence. they found bones, called though an early review indicates they are animal bones. investigators are now searching for a car that kelly used to own. they asked one of the lead investigators why police keep focusing on him. >> is he the strongest suspect you have? >> yes, i would say he is. i am saying he is. >> a source says investigators flew to canada to interview kelly's former partner who lived with him at that home on masonic. that man knew of no connection between kelly and kevin collins. >>> the super bowl is four days away and while the 49er prees pair to win, the city leaders prepare to deal with the consequences. they are determined to keep fans from getting carried away like some did after the world series. leslie brinkley is live at the foot of market street in san francisco with the game plan. leslie? >> reporter: well, that is exactly right, dan. all across the city of
hill. the first since the newtown, massacre. nbc's kelly o'donnell has more. >> reporter: her gift of speech is a distant memory said husband mark kelly, yet gabby giffords' halting words. >> too many children. >> reporter: here as a survivor of the tucson assassination attempt that left her partially blind and partially paralyzed. >> you must act. be bold. be courageous. >> reporter: giffords and kelly, both gun owners, want congress to expand background checks to gun shows and private sales to make it harder for criminals and the mentally ill to get weapons. >> my wife would not be sitting in this seat, she would not have been sitting here today, if we had stronger background checks. >> reporter: of all the gun-related ideas on the table, democrats believe universal background checks has the best chance politically. >> we'll stop them from the original purchase. you missed that point completely. i think it's basic. >> senator, i think you missed it. >> let there be order. >> reporter: the nra said adding new laws would hit ordinary citizens not criminals. >> nbc's kelly o'donnell
on the hill, kelly o'donnell from the capitol and luke russert right here on the set. thank you all very much. first you, kelly, the late-night deal that averted the fiscal cliff left a lot of things still to come. what's the next fight? >> reporter: well, in addition to everyone's body clock being a little off, they have to gear up -- it's so true. they have to now begin looking forward, and what you're hearing from republicans, for example, is to say, okay, the tax issue has been resolved. the president got a victory stemming from his campaign of making permanent the middle class rates, raising it only on the highest end earners, so the president can claim that victory, and they are ready to turn the page and follow up on something the president mentioned before he left for hid hawaii, and that is they need to look at things like entitlement programs, medicare in particular, to see if they can make changes that would reduce the deficit over time. so one battle down, another one commences, and we will see they'll fight over the country's borrowing limit known as the debt ceiling. they'll run
sense. >> i'll talk to gabby giffords' husband, mark kelly, who is a gun owner and supporter of the second amendment. >> we elect some smart people who should be able to work out these issues. they have just neglected to do it. >> also, meet the man who says i'm off the rails when it comes to gun control, and we'll debate that theory. >> and the toll gun violence has taken on america. i'll ask tony robbins. you may be surprised to hear what he has to say. this is "piers morgan tonight." good evening. vice president joe biden says his gun task force will have a set of recommendations on the president's desk by tuesday. that doesn't mean there's a consensus yet. listen to this from the nra after today's white house meeting. quote, we were disappointed with how little this had to do with keeping our children safe and how much it had to do with an agenda to attack the second amendment. we will not allow law-abiding gun owners to be blamed for the acts of madmen. i'm in favor of a nationwide ban on semiautomatic assault weapons and high volume magazines. i want to see president ob
it on your pants. paint. the kelly moore plant in san carlos, california, turns out nearly 40,000 gallons a day. it's one of the largest employee-owned paint operations in the u.s. part of a $13 billion industry domestically. 140 workers in the 15 acre san carlos facility, 1,500 world wide, including 150 retail outlets in seven states. >> we own currently 58% of the stock and the rest of the stock is owned by the moore family. >> mike: you like white? they got it. you like -- they got that, too. >> still seeing a lot of reds. that teal is slipping into it. teal and turquoise. green still kind of there still. yellows, yellow influence, neutrals are still there. but the teals and the reds and oranges. oranges are just really popular right now, too. >> i started off with. >> mike: steve devoe is chairman and c.e.o. of the 66-year-old company. he does not paint a pretty picture of what they and every other paint manufacturer has been through over the last couple years. what he does do is point out why kelly moore fared better than most. first, history. they have it. started in 1946 by bill ke
her husband, mark kelly, to take on the national rifle association's wayne lapierre. kelly argued for better background checks for all gun sales. >> my wife would not be sitting in this seat, she would not have been sitting here today if we had stronger background checks. >> my problem with background checks is you're never going to get criminals to go through universal background checks. >> reporter: and kelly said if the man who shot his wife had been limited to an ammunition clip with just ten bullets, a little girl killed that day might still be alive today. >> the first bullet went into gabby's head. bullet number 13 went into a 9-year-old girl named christina taylor green. >> reporter: lapierre said that new gun laws would only punish those who don't break the law. >> law-abiding gun owners will not accept blame for the acts of vie violent or deranged criminals. >> reporter: when it was over, kelly went over to shake lapierre's hand. the two had only agreed on one thing -- the need for stronger measures to keep guns out of the hands of the mentally ill. but as giffords and k
backup cube b frank like in for injured hall of famer jim kelly would find receiver andre read to three touchdown passes. bills kicker, steve criminals city put the game in the bag, cementing what analysts still call the greatest come back in nfl history 20 years ago today. congratulations bills. i wish they would have had that kind of season this year. that is a fox report for thursday, january 3rd, 2013. i'm jon scott in for shepard smith. we'll be back tomorrow "studio b." 3:00 p.m. eastern. noon pacific and the factor is up next. >> bill: the o'reilly factor is on. tonight: >> let's give an intensive to work and let's ask the most fortunate in our society, including me and you to do our fair share. >> bill: oh yeah? well the "new york times" is reporting that al gore wanted to dodge the higher capital gains tax by closing a big deal last week and the deal is selling his foolish far left network to al jazeera, the anti-american network. we'll have a special report entitled is al gore a hypocrite? >> i think right now it has to be the safest school in america. our goal is to make it a
. megyn kelly on forking almost a million dollars to a convicted killer to have a sex change operation. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. are we seeing president obama's big power grab? that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. have you noticed subtle change in the president's demeanor? he was always a cocky guy. now he has a new edge to him. almost dismissive of opposing points of view. example on the gun control issue where the president will have a very hard time in the house. vice president biden said this. >> the president is going to act. there are executive orders or executive action that can be taken. we haven't decided what that is yet. but we are compiling it all with the help of the attorney general and all the rest of the cabinet members. as well as legislative action, we believe, is required. >> bill: so what mr. biden is really saying is that the president is willing to use an executive order on a constitutional issue like guns. very dicey. of cour
searching for answers. also, new york's top cop, ray kelly, said the problem is not just assault weapons. it's handguns. >> i just don't see the answer being in expanding the universe of weapons and having more people with guns. >> and the voices you may not have heard. why is this small-town mayor fighting the toughest gun laws in the country. i'll ask him. and also on the program, the former congressman who says now is the time to start talking about gun control. >> plus exit interview, is hillary getting a jump start on 2016? i'll ask steve cross. this is "piers morgan tonight." >> good evening. we'll get to our big conversation on guns in just a few moments, but we begin tonight with an ending and perhaps a beginning for hillary clinton taking her bow. she ends her tenure as secretary of state, but if it means she's going to ride off into the sunset, you don't know hillary clinton. the speculation is she'll make another run for the white house in 2016. so far, all signs are saying she probably win. but president obama called her, quote, one of the finest secretaries of state on "60 minut
, captain mark kelly one of the first witnesses to testified saying loughner was able to squeeze off 33 different rounds in a matter of 15 seconds because of the glock he had with the extended magazine clip and taken down trying to put in a must magazine clip into that weapon. what is your reaction to having had former congresswoman giffords there to open the hearings today. she's lending a powerful voice and draws the emotion to that. do you think her voice will break through to some of those that are more hardened of the idea of new gun reregulations? >> her voice alone would not break through but it's combined with the tragedy in newtown, 26 innocent beautiful people, 20 wonderful children, 6 great educators who very likely would be alive today if america had heeded the call before now for stronger measures against gun violence. her voice is an extraordinary beacon. and mark kelly's admonition that this time must be different, this time must be different, i think also will carry great weight. but most important, we need to seek common ground with responsible gun owners and the second
had already left, but apologized to mark kelly this hearing wasn't happening two years ago in the wake of her being shot, but i do think it's a telling sign that we tend to, newtown may have changed this dynamic, but we tend to have a huge discussion about guns and gun control and the need to regulate them, then that discussion goes away quickly. the question is, is newtown different, does gabby giffords help keep that momentum up with her testimony today? we're going to find out as this proposal president obama made goes through congress. >> ruth marcus, i wanted to show you and chris this testy exchange between dick durbin and wayne lapierre, also sitting two seats over from mark kelly on that panel today. >> we got to get in the real world on what works and what doesn't work. my problem with background checks is, you're never going to get criminals to go through universal background checks. >> mr. lapierre, that's the point. the criminals won't go to purchase the guns, because there will be a background check. we'll stop them from the original purchase. you missed that point complet
there a year earlier, she sued for her 'mon back she lost, marla, said no way but kelly said she has a case, kelly, i have to tell you, boy, this whole thing gives you the heebie-jeebies, it seems that despicable you would sell someone a house that there of a murder sue side in a year earlier and not tell them. >> it is ethics in business dealing, pennsylvania does not have a law to disclose this. but most people would think that common decency would prevail, in this case, a woman who is a widow with her children, and they lost their dad, and they did not know this, a $610,000 house, and the issue is her the kids are having nightmares, it is stressful, somebody some have told her. charles: if someone was buying a car, they would get all kinds of reports on who had it before, what damage had been done. but, you say that was not warned in this case? >> well, i mean -- i'm sorry, for kelly -- for marla. >> it is not warranted in this case, unfortunately there is not a law that protects buyers in this is,. there is fiscal defects to be disclosed but horrific crime or acts, that occur are not co
and her husband, former space shuttle commander mark kelly, came forward to announce they are ready to take action, saying, in two years, quote, congress has done something quite extraordinary, namely, nothing at all. tonight, the two of them speak out. an exclusive interview with abc. saying, if not now, when? it was two years ago that a vibrant, passionate congresswoman met her constituents in a grocery store parking lot. in just 45 seconds, a young man with a semiautomatic shot 19 people, six dead. including a 9-year-old little girl. in the two years since, it's estimated more than 57,000 adults and 5,000 children have died from a gun in the united states. including the 20 children in newtown, connecticut, killed by a weapon that fired six bullets a second. last week, giffords and kelly went to try to console the families. >> the first couple that we speak to, dad took out his cell phone and showed us a picture of his daughter and i just about lost it. you know, how do we get to the point where 85% of the children in the world that are killed with guns are killed in the united st
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